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William Nylander Guilty of Nickname Theft


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M. Robitaille
April 2, 2023  (9:50)
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Radim Zohorna, who was acquired at the trade deadline for Dryden Hunt, made his debut for the Leafs against Ottawa last night.

Nylander Guilty of Nickname Theft

Despite only playing for just over 6 minutes, the towering forward managed to score a goal and record the most shots on the team with 4.
Zohorna's size and strength make him an imposing presence in the Leafs' bottom six, standing at 6'6 and 220 pounds.
He is the tallest forward on the Leafs team, and his impressive debut earned him the player of the game belt, with William Nylander christening him "Big Z" with a humorous nickname.
If Zdeno Chara had not retired, there may have been some interesting matchups between him and Zohorna, but Bruins fans are known for finding ways to get upset, even over a harmless nickname.
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William Nylander drops nickname for new Leaf and it's a pretty significant nickname theft
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William Nylander Guilty of Nickname Theft

Should the nickname be changed?

Yes4518.6 %
No19781.4 %
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